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# School integration plans that involve busing between

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30 Jan 2006, 14:45
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School integration plans that involve busing between suburban and central-city areas have contributed, according to a recent study, to significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces any future need for busing.
(A) significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces
(B) significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces
(C) increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces
(D) increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing
(E) significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce

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30 Jan 2006, 22:08
A - looks just fine

(A) significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces
- looks good

(B) significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces
"significant " is misplaced.

(C) increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces
"significantly" is misplaced - it should be modifying "increase" not "housing integration"

(D) increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing
- same reason as for "C"

(E) significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce
"significantly" here is an adverb - but in the sentence if you take out the modifiers you can see it does not fit in

School integration plans(....)have contributed(...)significantly increase ...

Secondly, "significantly increase housing integration" will need a singular verb "reduces"

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30 Jan 2006, 22:45
(A) looks fine to me too.

(E) i think is not good enuff and the reason is well explained by 5elements.

Rest all can be easily eliminated.

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01 Feb 2006, 19:46
But isnt it confusing ?Is "which" pointing to housing integration or to "increases"...?

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01 Feb 2006, 22:34
andy_gr8 wrote:
But isnt it confusing ?Is "which" pointing to housing integration or to "increases"...?

"which" clearly refers to "housing integration" because the verb of the subject "which" is reduces, singular and which is also singular and increases is not. so "which", a singular, cannot refer to "incrases", plural.

A is good.

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01 Feb 2006, 22:34
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